Croatia


RTL names new chief for Croatia

International broadcaster RTL Group today has named Marc Puškarić as the new CEO of RTL Croatia, effective as of July 1. Puškarić, who is currently managing director of Bertelsmann Brazil Investments and the Bertelsmann Corporate Centre in Brazil, will replace Henning Tewes, who is joining Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland as COO programme affairs and multichannel. Puškarić […]

EBU calls for resolution of Croatian dispute

Public broadcasters’ organisation the EBU has expressed a hope that a boycott of Croatian pubcaster HRT by the Croatian Journalists Union (HND) will find a “swift resolution”. The EBU said that anything that deprives audiences of access to public service broadcasting is damaging to society and the workings of healthy democracies. HRT and the HND […]

T-Hrvatski Telekom secures approval for Evotv acquisition

Croatian regulator HAKOM has approved Deutsche Telekom-owned T-Hrvatski Telekom’s acquisition of digital-terrestrial pay TV outfit Evotv. T-Hrvatski Telekom said that the approval was conditional on certain remedial measure to eliminate possible anti-competitive impacts. Evotv has operated a pay -DTT business since 2012 and had 71,195 customers as of June last year. The company posted revenues […]

Deutsche Telekom sees strong TV growth in Germany

Deutsche Telekom saw solid growth in its TV base in Germany in the year to December, but a mixed performance in its central and eastern European markets. Deutsche Telekom had 3.353 million TV customers in Germany at the end of the year, up 6.8% year-on-year. TV revenues in Germany amounted to €1.483 billion, up 5.9%. […]

Vivid extends reach in Croatia and Portugal

Adult channel provider Vivid Entertainment has extended its reach in Europe with carriage deals in Croatia and Portugal Vivid has secured carriage for its services with T-Hrvatski Telekom’s two services in Croatia – Iskon and MAXtv, the country’s largest IPTV and DTH platform. Vivid Touch, which launched on Iskon at the beginning of the year, […]

BBC First to launch in Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia

BBC Studios’ premium drama channel, BBC First, is due to launch in Croatia, Slovenia, and Macedonia for the first time from April 1, 2019. BBC First will be available via A1 Telekom Austria Group’s subsidiaries A1 Croatia, A1 Slovenia and one.VIP in Macedonia. Viewers can tune-in through A1’s pay TV and Xplore TV over-the-top services […]

TV content boosts A1 Telekom Austria

The “increased significance of TV content” helped boost A1 Telekom Austria’s performance in 2018, along with resilience in its fixed-line business and growth in solutions and connectivity. A1 also saw strong growth in demand for mobile WiFi routers, in some cases substituting for fixed broadband. The company said that TV content and solutions and connectivity […]

Vestel launches TVs with integrated pay TV functionality

TV manufacturer Vestel has launched what it describes as he first TVs  that allow consumers to access premium pay TV services directly through their TVs without the need for a separate set-top box, Common Interface CAM or any other external device.  The fully integrated 43-inch UHD CASTV devices will be marketed in Croatia under the […]

Change at the top for T-Hrvatski Telekom

Davor Tomašković, CEO of T-Hrvatski Telekom, is to leave the Deutsche Telekom-owned Croatian telco on April 1 and will be replaced by Konstantinos Nempisa. Tomašković, who has served as CEO of the company since 2014, is to leave T-Hrvatski Telekom and will continue his career outside the Deutsche Telekom group. Nempis comes to T-HT from OTE […]

T-Hrvatski Telekom buys pay-DTT operator to extend reach

Deutsche Telekom-owned Croatian telco T-Hrvatski Telekom has signed an agreement to acquire HP Production the owner of digital-terrestrial TV pay TV service Evotv, from Hrvatska Pošta. Evotv, which launched in 2012, had 71,195 subscribers at the end of June and generated revenues of HRK57 million (€7.7 million), with a 6% share of the pay TV market. Evotv […]

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